Welcome to 121 W Coulter Street, a historic gem with a rich and fascinating past, which offers 6 bedrooms, 3 full baths and 2 half baths. Originally part of John Coulter’s farm, this charming residence was built in 1851 by Samuel Emlen III and Sarah Williams, a Quaker couple deeply rooted in the community. Situated in the heart of Germantown near Market Square, the location was ideal for development and has remained a sought-after address ever since. Stepping into this home is like stepping back in time. While many aspects of the property have retained their original charm, some modifications over the years have left intriguing traces of history. 121 W Coulter Street is a unique blend of history and modern living, awaiting new owners who appreciate the significance of its heritage. Come and explore this living history book, where each room narrates a chapter of its technological evolution. Don’t miss the chance to be a part of the next chapter in this extraordinary home’s story. Situated in the historic Germantown neighborhood, gorgeous parks, cobblestone streets, boutiques, cafes, and charming family-owned businesses line the streets with ease. Nearby are top rated private schools including Germantown Friends School, Greene Street Friends School, William Penn Charter School, High Street Academy and more. The beauty of this home and location is not just what you immediately see, but what you will live.